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Nothing.....here are some easy ways to incorporate 
Living Green 
into your 
Every-day Routine:   

  • Take your own reusable bags to the grocery store.
  • Use cooled cooking water to water flowers and plants.
  • Use cheap, white vinegar in the washing machine instead of purchased liquid softener.
  • Wash full loads of laundry, and use cool/cold water.  
  • Dry clothes outside.
  • Plant trees on your property for shade, wind protection, and beauty.
  • Use old newspaper for a foundation layer of mulch in your garden.
  • Shut off the water while brushing your teeth.
  • Turn off lights when you leave a room.
  • Use glass jars and bottles for storage, rather than disposable plastic bags.
  • Bank, pay bills, etc. online, to avoid using unnecessary additional paper, envelopes, and stamps are used. 
  • Make a list and consolidate errands, to accomplish more errands in less time using less gas.
  • Better yet, walk or ride a bike to do errands.  You'll not only save on gas, but you'll exercise your body and mind in the process!

If you'd like to share your favorite Living Green tips, please email:  Gail@FidelityPropertiesHawaii.com 
We'd love to hear from you!

 

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If your area hasn't received it's blue and green bins for recycling yet,

they will be coming soon.  Here's the head's up on how to:

For all the information you need, including schedules, maps and tips,

visit:  http://www.opala.org.  You can also call:  768-3200.

Source:  City Department of Environmental Services and Honolulu Advertiser.com/business

Did you know that "opala" is the Hawaiian word for garbage?

Knowledge is power! 

Learn more at:


Trash, Recycling and Bulky-item Pick-up 

 
Hawaii Going Green 

 
Go Green Hawaii

 

Dept. of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism  

 


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PlantsHawaii
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Building Industry Association
of Hawaii
(BIA-Hawaii)
Certified Green Professional Designation for:

Builders
Remodelers
Architects
Engineers
Manufactureres
Designers
Land Planners
Sales & Marketing Professionals  

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